On May 15, millions spoke out online while hundreds gathered outside the FCC in Washington DC to say no to the Internet slow lane.
Residents living in rural and remote communities can face broadband Internet costs that are up to three to five times higher than in southern urban centres.
Independent research company BuddleComm has released a new report (sadly it’s expensive; if I were you I’d just read Phillip Dampier’s summary here) that looks at the best ways to connect everyone to...
Not a good day for the internet in the United States, but in Canada, there may be hope for a better outcome; if someone files the appropriate complaint, that is. Would that someone be a Vancouver net